Chesterfield Reservoir remains a big question mark: good one day, down the next. Let’s hope that fall cool down brings consistency. Daniels and springfield reservoirs have weeded up in shallow areas, but if you find open pockets in weeds, give ’em a try with damselfly nymph or scud patterns. You likely will find some action, but stay with those fish until they revive. Water temperatures are quite high everywhere meaning lean dissolved oxygen levels. Evening caddisfly activity is bringing fish to the top at Sand Creek Ponds, and bloodworm patterns are effective at Grizzly Springs on Island Park Reservoir.